/ kwɪktaɪm /
Software components developed by Apple for creating, editing, publishing, and viewing multimedia content. QuickTime, which supports video, animation, graphics, 3-D, VR (virtual reality), MIDI, music, sound, and text, has been part of the Mac OS since version 7 of the operating system and is used in many Macintosh applications. Windows applications can also run QuickTime files but require the installation of special player software. QuickTime is often used on the Web to provide Web pages with video and animation. Most Web browsers support plug-ins for running these types of files. QuickTime is also part of the new MPEG-4 specification. See also MPEG-4.
Multimedia utility developed by Apple, initially for the Macintosh, but now also available for Windows. Allows multimedia, such as sound and video, to be embedded in other documents.
Mekintoš standard za smeštanje i prikazivanje digitalnih video podataka, koji troši dosta memorije i prostora na čvrstom disku, samo da biste na ekranu svog računara mogli da vidite nekoliko kratkih sekundi filma.